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to mark the 50th anniversary of the march on washington. and martin luther king jr.'s march on washington. and martin luther king jr.'s historic speech on civil rights. captioning funded by cbs good morning. good to be with you. the obama administration is gearing up for military action against syria, possibly within days. as early as today the u.s. could release an intelligence report directly linking the assad regime to chemical weapons attack against syrian civilians. defense secretary chuck hagel says u.s. forces are ready, and the white house says the goal of the military strike is not regime change. alfonso is live with more. good morning, alfonso. >> in fact, united nations inspectors are back on the search for evidence of a poisonous gas attack outside the syrian capital this morning. at the same time there are four u.s. navy destroyers in position m mediterranean, and they're within range of syrian targets. >> reporter: rebels that may get a boost from western air strikes any day now. washington is rallying international support for action against the assad regime for its alleged
's no intelligence saying al qaeda is backing off. bob orr, cbs news, washington. >>> baseball slugger alex rodriguez has until thursday to officially appeal a suspension that would keep him out of baseball through next season. rodriguez and 12 other big leaguers were punished following baseball's investigation of performance-enhancing drugs, but it was rodriguez who was hit hardest. he was back on the field last night, his first major league game of the year. jericka duncan reports. >> reporter: the crowd in chicago where the yankees took on the white sox last night greeted alex rodriguez with some cheers. but mostly jeers as he returns to the majors after learning his fate. rodriguez hit a single in his first at-bat but his return to the yankees following injury was not the comeback he wanted. earlier in the day, major league baseball announced rodriguez will be suspended for a record 211 games, through the end of the 2014 season. >> it's been crazy, but from this point on, i'm going to do my very best to focus on baseball. >> reporter: that may be easier said than done. rodriguez said he'll appeal
hill calling on washington to suspend aid. former president hosni mubarak has been acquitted on corruption charges and his lawyers tell us that he will be released from jail in the next 48 hours. a popular uprising of the egyptian people swept mubarak out of office in 2011, a move intended to usher in democratic reform but mubarak's replacement mohamed morsi is now behind bars himself. and early this morning, many more arrests in a government crackdown in a muslim brotherhood, including mohammed's body the spiritual leader of the group. calls from the u.s. for reconciliation efforts have been ignored. >> politically motivated tensions inside egypt should end. >> reporter: the turmoil in egypt has lawmakers here calling for president obama to suspend aid to the country. but even cutting off nearly $1.5 billion in annual support may not bring the change washington is hoping for. >> good afternoon. >> reporter: on monday, secretary of defense chuck hagel was asked if cutting aid to egypt would help end the violence there. >> our ability to influence the outcome in egypt is limit
's investigation. cbs news washington. >>> iraq remains tense this morning after a wave of deadly bombings and shootings on sunday. in baghdad a car bombing left three people dead. about four dozen people died in bombings and shootings across iraq. months of violence threatened to shake iraq's fragile coalition. >>> two major trials over the killing of antigovernment protestors in egypt were postponed. the former president was transported from a court on sunday. he is being retried in the killing of protestors two years ago. his trial resumes next month. the case against six muslim brotherhood leaders was postponed until october. >>> coming up on the morning news, emergency landing. a delta flight makes an unplanned landing after possible smoke in the cockpit area. this is the cbs morning news. the cbs morning news. with new smucker's natural fruit spreads,nou] every day can be truly extraordinary. ♪ spread a little sunshine with naturally delicious smucker's natural. in this corner, the big cheese. and in this corner, dawn platinum. [ female announcer ] get the power of an overnight soa
. the "washington post" says internal documents and documents it received from leaker edward snowden were unintended but they violated the law. in one example, a programming error involved the interception of a large number of calls. >>> and this morning a weather system brewing in the gulf of mexico has a potential to bring drenching rainfall to the southeast. cbs consultant david bernard explains. >> the key to it over the next two days has a lot >>> well, the key to all the heavy rain in the southeast as we go over the next few days will have a lot to do with the disturbance entering the gulf of mexico. right now the development potential is what we're calling medium for this to progress to a depression or a tropical storm in the next 48 hours or so. but even if that does not happen, the heavy rain is still coming. already we have flood advisories in effect for parts of the florida panhandle, alabama, georgia, and into the carolinas, and that's probably going to grow worse over the next 48 hours or so. now today i think the belt of heaviest rain will be in the northern gulf and along the gulf coa
says it won't tolerate anymore violence. ko is in washington with the details. ko? >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. clashes are also dividing leaders in washington. there are fears of an army rule. there's delicate diplomacy. egypt's military is stepping up. armies are in the streets and police are arresting anyone violating the curfew. the general told the country he will not tolerate anymore violence. >> translator: we will not stand by silently watching the destruction of the country and the people. >> reporter: more than 800 have been killed in clashes between security forces and ousted president morsi. the protesters are terrorists trying to bring down the country. the protesters are saying they staged a cou pf over the legitimately elected president. as the death toll mounts soes do pressure from capitol hill. they're calling on president obama to cut off aid to egypt. >> we're going to have to suspect our aid because we can't support the action of the military. >> reporter: the president says the egyptian military is necessary because it keeps the peace with israel and p
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. atlanta beats washington, 6-3 for the 13th straight win. the braves sweep the nats and now hold a 15 1/2 game lead in the east. >>> and in san diego, orioles' first baseman chris davis hits his major league leading 43rd home run of the year. it helps baltimore over a 10-3 win over the padres. >>> when we return, a bus accident caught on tape. the bus driver and passengers are sent flying after a truck rear ends it. we'll have the incredible video. ruck rear ends it. we'll have the video. hey girls! the good ol'days when we could eat as we wanted. yes, but we are not 18 anymore. sometimes if i eat as i used to my digestive system gets out of whack. it's not easy keeping it working as it should. it's easy if you enjoy an activia everyday. mmmm... delicious! with the exclusive probiotic bifidus regularis, activia helps regulate your digestive system. put a smile back in your day! ♪ activia ♪ dannon i get out a lot... except when it's too cold. like the last three weekends. asthma doesn't affect my job... you missed the meeting again last week! it doesn't affect my family. your coughin
, important sources say, the terrorists cannot effectively plot. bob orr, cbs news, washington. >>> the manhunt continues for kidnapping suspect, james lee dimaggio covering four western states as well as parts of canada and mexico. dimaggio is accused of abducting 16-year-old hannah anderson, who police say he is infatuated with. police believe he set fire to her house with her mother and her son. now police believe he took his car and rigged it with explosives. >> working under one of the theories that he's abandoned his car, there's a possibility he could have rigged it. so we really want to put this warning out to the public as well as law enforcement officers. if you see the car, do not approach it. >> the children's father says he's a friend and can't understand what happened. >>> coming up on the "cbs morning news," never-before-seen pictures of the massive tornado in oklahoma. >>> but first, rich at last. a minnesota man has big plans now that he has one of three winning tickets in wednesday's powerball jackpot. has one of the winning tickets in wednesday's powerball ja
ginnis is in washington. susan, good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. yeah. that's called hop analysis. where the nsa can look at someone's phone records, everyone he or she has called, everyone who's called them and that's how you lead to millions of different records being looked at. now, many here on capitol hill are expressing alarm on how sweeping these programs appear to be, and that's why the president is having them over today. president obama will meet with lawmakers from both parties at the white house today to try to convince them that nsa surveillance of phone and internet activity keeps americans safe. >> i would argue that it comes close to being unconstitutional. >> colorado senator mark udall will be among those at the meeting. i think knowing when i call somebody, from where i call somebody, and for how long i call somebody is a violation of your privacy. >> congress is holding hearings to look into the programs. vermont senator patrick leahy questions how effective the information is in stopping terror attacks. >> this program is not effective. it has to end. so far i'm not convince
. they say they're reacting out of an abundance of caution. anne-marie? >> susan mcginnis in washington. thank you, susan. >>> well, edward snowden's attorney says the american fugitive haas no immediate plans to leave russia. snowden was granted temporary asylum yesterday. that has further strained u.s./russia relations and jeopardizes september's summit between president obama and president vladimir putin. for the time being snowden is living in the home of an american ex-patriot. tara mergener reports. >> reporter: this photo shows edward snowden just before he got in a taxi and drove away from the moscow airport. the nsa leaker spent more than a month inside looking for a legal way out. thursday his attorney held up the documents granting snowden asylum in russia for one year. snowden's father told russian television he expected he's gratified. he'll listen to vladimir putin. he has stopped leaking. >> he's made a sacrifice. >> reporter: through the wikileaks website snowden thanking russia and said in the end the law is winning. the white house is furious and says russia should sen
's a look at some forecasts in some cities around the country. washington, d.c., sun. thunderstorms in denver and partly sunny in seattle. >>> 16 lucky people in new jersey are counting their blessings and their money. the group won one third of a $448 million powerball jackpot. on tuesday they talked about what's next. terrell brown reports. >> reporter: the workers at the ocean county maintenance garage have been playing the lottery for years. on wednesday they gave her $6 each. >> i immediately started shaking and i'm just staring at it and i didn't know what to do. so i got up, i walked down the hall, i opened up the bedroom door, and i had to wake my poor husband up. who was no longer poor orr each worker's share comes to $3.8 million after taxes. is anyone quitting their jobs? >> it could be a possibility. >> reporter: this is willie. >> i'm just going to continue watching nascar racing on sunday. maybe i'll be at my log cabin on multiple acres of land. >> reporter: all expect to keep their jobs except joe. he was planning to retire last year. >> just a miracle and shocking af
the organization's supreme leader was taken into custody. in washington, the obama administration may be nearing a decision on whether to cut some of its annual financial aid to egypt. administrators met at the white house yesterday. charlie d'agata reports. >> reporter: it was a humiliating defeat for the top leader of the muslim brotherhood. just hours after his arrest, mohammed badie was shown on egyptian tv looking tired and intimidated. he's charged with inciting violence after the fiery speeches he made in the muslim brotherhood's main protest camp. but it's the violence in the government's crackdown to clear protests that's brought international condemnation and calls for the u.s. to suspend its billion-dollar aid package. interim foreign minister nabil fahmy told us egypt is fighting a war against what he calls terrorism. >> our national security decisions will be determined by our national security perspectives. they will not be determined by whether we get aid from one country to another. >> reporter: can you understand why americans have reluctance? they have looked at the events of t
washington and atlanta. bryce harper gives the nationals a 1-0 lead when he homers to center field. the next time bryce harper comes to the plate, he's hit by a pitch and tempers flair as he heads toward first base. while the benches were cleared, no punches were thrown, no one was ejected. the braves win, 2-1, their 12th straight victory. >>> and, finally, it's hard enough to bowl a perfect game, but the way one bowler lost his bid for a 300 was heartbreaking. >> looking for perfection, 300. come on, ball. oh, my god. >> oh, no. >> holy cow. did you see that? >> oh. >> troy walker rolled 11 straight strikes, but as he was going for number 12, the mechanical arm that resets the pins inexplicably came down at the last second. that threw him off enough that it left three pins landing on his last roll. tough stuff. >>> when we return, a stash of rare coins found in the home of a recluse fetches millions at auction. >> announcer: sports sponsored by just for men mustache and beard. keep living the dream. keep living the dream. am i interrupting something? another viva dare. our fans think there'
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cities around the country. washington, d.c., thunderstorms today. thunderstorms in atlanta and st. louis as well. high of 90 in st. louis. denver, thunderstorms with a high of 89 and seattle, partly sunny. >>> a rare courtroom drama is unfolding in china. the trial of disgraced party leader bo occurred today. before his fall last year bo was one of the most visible figures in chinese politics. his trial is expected to last two days and he could face the death penalty. >>> the last of president richard nixon's secret tapes were released wednesday. they were recorded from april to july of 1973. and as bill plant tells us, they offer a rare look at nixon's efforts to control the growing watergate scandal. >> reporter: in the spring of 1973, richard nixon was consumed with watergate. his national security advisor, henry kissinger, assured him no one would remember. >> you have saved this country, mr. president. the history books will show that and when, no one will know what watergate means. >> reporter: white house counsel john dean had been called before a committee. nixon was ready to let
in washington, d.c. thunderstorms. atlanta, thunderstorms as well. st. louis thunderstorms. denver, a high of 88 with thunderstorms. seattle, partly sunny. >>> police in spokane, washington, are searching for two suspects in the beating death of a world war ii veteran. 88-year-old dell bert shorty belton was found wednesday night outside the eagles lodge severely beaten. he was hospitalized but died the next morning. police say the attack appeared random. >> he was in the parking lot. it appears that he was assaulted in the parking lot. there was no indication of any sort of -- that he would have known these people prior to the assault. >> belton was a u.s. army combat veteran that was wounded in the battle for okinawa. the suspects are described as male teenagers and have been identified on surveillance video. authorities are asking the public for help in finding them. >>> the son of vice president joe biden is back home this morning. beau biden returned home on air force 2. the 44-year-old underwent a procedure at a houston cancer center this week. >>> ben affleck will be donning batman's cape
at today's forecast in some cities around the country. washington, showers and 88. atlanta, afternoon thunderstorms, 86. st. louis, showers and 84. denver, afternoon rain, 75. seattle, sunny and 82. >>> in sports, golf's last major tournament of the year resumes this morning with two players tied for the lead. adam scott and jim furyk begin the second round of the pga championship atop the leaderboard. tiger woods struggled in the first round at oak hill. he double bogeyed on the fill hill to finish at 1 over 71. one tiger who sunlt slumping is detroit pitcher max scherzer. the tigers' ace improved. completing a four-game sweep of the indians. >>> the l.a. dodgers continue their red-hot play on the road. a.j. ellis smacked a three-run homer helping the dodgers to a 5-1 win over st. louis. l.a. hoss won 17 of their last 18 games at home. >>> the baltimore ravens were back on the field for the first time since winning the super bowl. baltimore opened their preseason schedule against the bucs in reiny tampa. the ravens got a 7-6 lead. the defending champs don't look back from there. they
anniversary of march on washington and big events startedding to. the global freedom festival.esti the naacp southern leadership l conference and the king center helped organize the fest vasm thousands are expected for realize the dream march and rally. martin luther king and the research -- reverend al sharpton will be in attendance for thatht and sunday morning a service at howard university. one day after bradley manning was sentenced the former army intelligence and -- analyst says he wants wants to become a woma. >> bradley manning fresh off a a three decade prison sentence s said he is changing genders andd changing names from now it's chelsey e. manning. >> he wrote i am a female. i want to begin hormone therapy. >> the army needs to fess up anp do the right thing here. >> they say convict manningng should not only get gender assignment therapy and the armya should pay for it. >> all prisoners should be treated with health care and a private manning is no difference.di while his attorney wants the pentagon and taxpayers to pay for his gender reassignment surgery, the pentagon made it
, the threat will continue into the future. until there is clarity. cbs news, washington. >>> the san francisco police department says it is on heightened terror alert. a statement from sfpd says the department is monitoring the situation and can deploy resources if necessary. and they say they're working with other law enforcement agencies in the bay area. they say there has been no direct threat to san francisco. >>> bay area activists rallied against government snooping over the weekend. the rally was part of a national move plot to expose surveillance by the national security administration. yesterday, the star attraction was the famous whistle blower from the vietnam error daniel elsburg and has pentagon papers were talking about malfeasance during the war and broken into by president nixon's staff. >> i think it is absolutely appropriate to be willing to give your life to save this country to protest the terrible war. >> the debate over government surveillance has intensified recently because former government systems analysts edward snowden exposed the nsa's capability to monitor phone a
cities around the country. washington, partly sunny, 88 degrees the high. atlanta, thunderstorms and thunderstorms in st. louis as well. denver, late-day thunderstorms, partly sunny in seattle. >>> usain bolt is once again the fastest man on the planet. in the 100-meter finals at the world championships in moscow on sunday, he blew by justin gatlin, the only man to beat bolt this season. the reigning gold medalist finished in just under 9.8 seconds. bolt's dominance in sprinting has caught the eye of some scientists. they're trying to figure out why he is so fast. as terrell brown tells us, it's more than genetics. >> reporter: usain bolt is one of the most gifted athletes in the world. the six-time olympic medalist has shattered records in both the 100- and 200-meter races. >> i was given a gift and that's what i do. >> reporter: at the university of virginia speed clinic, max studies what makes lead runners like bolt so fast. >> he's able to marry genetics with tremendous work ethic. >> reporter: scientists say when he races, bolts foot explodes off the ground at 5,000 pounces
at the forecast in some cities around the country. washington, sunny today. atlanta, thunderstorms. mostly sunny in st. louis. denver, afternoon thunderstorms. and a chance of light rain in seattle. >>> when stevie beale was paralyze from the waist down in car accident seven years ago, she promised herself she would walk on her wedding day. well, she did. after months of preparation and the help of a walker, she made it down the aisle on saturday. >> i'm marrying my best friend -- well, i married my best friend. i guess i would say now, and i know we're going to last the rest of our lives, and that's what i was looking for. i'm so happy. >> after the ceremony her husband jared vanausdale cared her down the aisle to begin their life together. >>> coming up on "cbs this morning" after your local news, more on the bloody crackdown. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news." , >>> the couple at the center of an adoption battle that went all the way to the supreme court is turning up the pressure. matt and melanie cap powe bianco are in oklahoma where the little girl they adopted four year
at to forecast in some cities arranged the country. washington, d.c., thunderstorms today. atlanta, partly cloudy, a high of 96 in st. louis, thunderstorms in denver, showers in seattle. ♪ >>> and here's another look at our top story, president obama could announce as early as today how the u.s. will respond to an alleged chemical weapons attack in syria. military action would most likely involve cruise missile strikes against syrian targets launched from navy warships. >>> and we have some sad news here at cbs, longtime news correspondent bruce dunning has died. dunning spent most of his career reporting from asia. he retired in 2005 and passed away monday in new york. he was 73 years old. in 1975, dunning reported on one of the most memorable stories in television news. here's scott pelley. >> thousands of people were roaming da nang air field. it was march of 1975, the southeast city of da nang was falling to north vietnam and bruce dunnan was aboard the plane. >> as soon as the air fire was over, they started to stampede the plane, from the cockpit the pilots reported by radio that the situ
and former presidents clinton and carter celebrated the 50th anniversary of the march on washington. the civil rights protest which featured martin luther king's i have a dream speech was remembered as a turning point in american history yesterday. >>> u.s. marshals arrested to two people they say took things too far between a soccer match in april. jennifer martez and a 21-year-old vargas are in a jail charged with disorderly conduct and harassment. portland police say they joined fans and viciously attacked another fan in the parking lot. his windshield was smashed as you can see here and his car is a mess. police have identified the other suspects and say charges are pending. >>> and police are searching for an armed robber who locked up a group of mcdonald's workers in their own freezer. he hit the restaurant in pleasanton at 3:00 yesterday morning. the robber reportedly broke in through the drive through window, demanded money from the safe. he took off after locking up the staff. fortunately nobody was hurt. >>> 4:24 now, the super cruise system may be the next big deal for ge
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